West Ham United 1965 ECWC Final shirt

Product code: WHAM65HECWCLS

Score Draw Official Retro West Ham United retro football shirt, All products are licensed and a royalty is paid to the football club for every shirt or track jacket sold.

Score Draw is the largest Retro Football shirt manufacturer in the World, every shirt is meticulously researched to make sure every jersey is as close to the original as possible. This vintage shirt has the following characteristics:


- Long Sleeves

- Crew neck Collar

- Single Jersey Cotton Fabric


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When West Ham arrived at Stadion Letzigrund in early May for the 1965 UEFA European Cup Winners Cup semi-final play-off match they weren't there to play. They were in Zurich to observe. Ron Greenwood's West Ham were ahead of the times. As Geoff Hurst later remarked: "It’s not often the manager has the chance to take his team to watch the opposition in action. From the players’ point of view it gave us an invaluable insight into the individual strengths and weaknesses of the team we were going to face". That team would be TSV 1860 München, at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday 19 May in the 1965 UEFA European Cup Winners Cup Final.

The final itself was free-flowing, end-to-end, open, and progressive. A modern game of football but, goalless until Ronnie Boyce stole the ball in the in the 69th minute, slid a pass to Alan Sealey and then 'Sammy' did the rest. Within 2 minutes it was 2-0. Alan Sealey again after Bobby Moore’s free-kick made its way to Martin Peters who laid it off for the No7 to stab home. Job done and 20 minutes later Bobby Moore was doing what Bobby Moore did every season in the mid-sixties, and picking his way up the 39 steps to pick up a major trophy. West Ham United were the Cup Kings of Europe. 

The Hammers began their European road trip to Wembley by taking the coach to Dover to connect with the Ostend ferry en-route to play La Gantoise (now KAA Gent). John Sissons scored in the 0-1 win, and a scratchy 1-1 back at The Boleyn saw West Ham through. Sparta Prague were beaten 2-0 in the Second Round 1st Leg in Newham, and a John Sissons goal in the 1-2 away 2nd Leg defeat put The Irons into the Quarter Finals 3-2 on aggregate. Against Lausanne in the quarter-final 1st Leg Brian Dear and Johnny Byrne got the goals in 1-2 away victory before West Ham won a pulsating 2nd Leg by 4 goals to 3 under The Upton Park lights with another goal from Brian Dear, an Own Goal, and a Martin Peters brace. In the semi-final 1st Leg Brian Dear scored again and Johnny Byrne sealed a 2-1 lead to take to Real Zaragoza where a John Sissons goal secured the 1-1 draw needed to take The Hammers to Wembley via that early May scouting trip to Zurich.

Martin Peters was 1965 Hammer of the Year, and along with Ronnie Boyce, Ken Brown and Geoff Hurst played in every UEFA European Cup Winners Cup game, from the Ostend ferry all the way to the Twin Towers.

Ron Greenwood's European Cup Kings were an all-English XI, and 9 of them were graduates of The West Ham Academy of Football: Joe Kirkup; Jack Burkett; Martin Peters; Ken Brown; Bobby Moore, Ronnie Boyce; Geoff Hurst,  Brian Dear and John Sissons.

As Hammers’ manager Ron Greenwood commented after the game: “This was our greatest game – a tremendous advertisement for football”.

Score Draw Official Retro Shirt Match:

West Ham United 2 v 1 TSV 1860 München.

Wednesday 19 May 1965.

UEFA European Cup Winners Cup Final.

Wembley Stadium.

Attendance 97,974.

West Ham United: 1.Jim Standen. 2.Joe Kirkup. 3.Jack Burkett. 4.Martin Peters. 5.Ken Brown. 6.Bobby Moore. 7.Alan Sealey. 8.Ronnie Boyce. 9.Geoff Hurst. 10.Brian Dear. 11.John Sissons.

West Ham United 1965 ECWC Final shirt